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the discovery of a suspicious letter addressed to the president. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live in the newsroom with what authorities have found so far. >> reporter: initial tests on the letters to president obama indicate the presence of the poison ricin. three questionable packages will be sent to senate office buildings in the last 24 hours and numerous reports of suspicious letters one in michigan, one in arizona and two suspicious letter sent the phoenix office of u.s. senator jeff flake. parts of the building were evacuated but the letters are of no threat. this round of scares comes after two others this week. the suspicious letter a dressed to president obama was found at the same facility where a letter to senator roger wicker was found yesterday, a processing facility in suburban maryland where congressional mail is tested before going to the capital. an employee noticed a white substance on the letter and hazmat team was seen pulling up to the building. initial field tests for ricin showed mixed results. no one at the facility became ill. >> when preliminary tests are
. several already snapped last month. anne makovec has more. >> reporter: good morning. caltrans is holding its third meeting on this subject today. and this is going to go over a report by a specialist. this report was given to the organization unsolicited by a man who is highly regarded in the field of metals. basically, he is saying caltrans fell on its face. we are talking about metallurgist y un chung telling caltrans unless it identifies and replaces the bolts it can expect more breakage in the coming years. he tells the "contra costa times" that basically caltrans was inadequate with its specifications and its inattention or ignorance led to this problem. 288 steel rods many of them faulty were installed under the east pier of the bridge. 32 of them snapped in early march. transportation authorities are taking this report seriously. metropolitan transportation commission chair amy worth tells the bay area news group it is possible to have the bolts lay dormant and fail later in an earthquake. these issues are why we need a comprehensive solution. end quote. so chung is recommending t
makovec reports, experts warn more are in jeopardy of failing. not good news this morning, anne. >> reporter: transportation authorities are having their third meeting this very important issue today. and, of course, we're just a few months away from the new span scheduled opening. basically this new expert is warning that more of these steel rods could snap in case of an earthquake if we don't see more of them snap before that happens. more may break. "contra costa times" is quoting a metallurgist, slamming them that inattention and ignorance led to the problem. 288 rods many faulty were installed into the east pier of the bridge, 32 snapping in march. chung tells the bay area news group, quote, it is very apparent that no one was paying attention to the possibility of hydrogen em brittlement when the rods were in service and says from what i see in the documents, dyson gave caltrain what it asked for. caltrans fell on its face." he thinks a different grade of steel should have been chosen for this project. other experts agree. they say they should be replaced as soon as possi
and a bystander were shot. anne makovec tells us this is just the latest in a recent spike in police shootings across the bay area. >> reporter: the blood was being cleaned off of the sidewalk late this morning after a police officer shot and critically injured two men at around 2 a.m. it started as an argument between two groups of people outside of a bar. >> in this instance, it really wasn't going up against police. this is a person who pulled a gun on someone else. >> reporter: the gun that was pulled was a simple air-powered firearm, but bystanders who thought it was a lethal weapon rushed to the police station across the street, and two officers came out. >> fearing that the folks were going to be shot or killed, they fired upon the suspect, striking the suspect, and we don't know the circumstances, but another person was also hit by gunfire. >> reporter: and with that, two men were critically injured on the sidewalk. >> i was shocked by the whole thing. >> reporter: scott holtz saw the aftermath, and while he sees things from the police perspective, he thinks the shoot first culture nee
to discuss the party's future plans, kpix 5's anne makovec explains the challenges ahead. >> reporter: it's the largest gathering of democrats in california since the party's historic election victories last november. >> i'm having a great time. >> absolutely outstanding. >> reporter: california democrats are celebrating winning a two-thirds majority in both houses of the state legislature. and the passage of prop 30 a new tax measure giving them more money to spend on their priorities. >> improve public education. implement the affordable care act, invest in infrastructure. >> reporter: things might be smelling le roses for democrats here at the state capitol but it's not the same scenario over on capitol hill where congressional democrats are trying to retake the house of representatives. >> we need to win 17 and we'll have at least three times that many in play in order to do that. >> reporter: they lost the democratic majority in 2010 and nancy pelosi lost her position as speaker of the house. >> but now we go back out there with plenty of opportunity. a more awareness on the part of
is in effect. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec explains how some drivers are now bending the rules. >> reporter: it has been 30 days since this toll plaza went all-electronic and the people in charge here say it's overall been a success short of two issues that keep cropping up. the speed limit through the plaza is 25. but since there's no more stopping to pay tolls -- >> we have had people in the 60s, high 60s, go through. and that's far too fast. >> reporter: the chp says it saw a lot of speeders on day one and then people seem to be deterred by a higher officer presence but lately lead feet have taken over again. >> the lanes are very narrow and if you are going through there at 60 miles an hour, it doesn't take much to the left or to the right to put that vehicle into a toll lane. >> reporter: the other issue, cheaters in the carpool lane without tolltakers to verify the required three people in each vehicle. drivers have been sneaking through. >> we had the eyes and the person and the button in the booth. now we don't have that. >> reporter: part of the problem could be confusion. carpool
that, it's already -- pretty expensive so i am concerned. >> reporter: in sacramento, anne makovec, kpix 5. >>> the convention runs through tomorrow at the sacramento convention center. >>> well, thousands out enjoying the cherry blossom festival. a beautiful day. but things will change. roberta's pinpoint forecast is next. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't justseow o where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. ♪ i'm a loving husband and a real good dad ♪ ♪ but weeds just make me rattlesnake mad ♪ ♪ now roundup has a new sharp-shootin' wand ♪ ♪ i'm sendin' them weeds to the great beyond ♪ ♪ roundup yeha! [ whip cracks ] ♪ ♪ no need to pump, just point and shoot ♪ ♪ hit 'em in the leaves, and it kills to the root ♪ ♪ 'round fences, trees, even mulched beds ♪ ♪ 'cause th
i'm frank mallicoat. i'm anne makovec. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> gavin, i'mi'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. we are following developing news in texas. >> there is a significant area around the fertilizer plant that has been destroyed. homes have been destroyed and flattened. part of that community is gone. >> last night was truly a nightmare scenario for that community. [ explosion ] >> a town devastated, search- and-rescue continues in west, texas, after a fertilizer plant last night leveling homes and businesses in every direction. as many as 15 people are feared dead. more than 160 others have been injured. cbs reporter juan fernandez has the latest on the explosion and now the efforts to find survivors. >> reporter: a fire at a texas fertilizer plant that turned into a deadly explosion is still smoldering the morning after. but authorities say it's under control. >> y'all need to get out. >> reporter: search crews are going door to door for survivors. the blast shook the ground with the force of an earthquake destroyi
to improve in a boston hospital. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in martinez where the community is trying to help the young bombing victim. >> reporter: we are talking about 12-year-old aaron hern. he is still in intensive care at boston children's hospital under sedation and his mother posted on facebook last night that he is doing all right relatively speaking. she says the 12-year-old mass opened his eyes a couple of times and has communicated with nods and that he is okay and comfortable but getting frustrated with his lack of ability to communicate so they are trying to keep him calm and rested. he is due for another surgery today. aaron had gone to boston with his family to cheer on his mom catherine as she ran the marathon and he has shrapnel wounds to his legs, one severe requiring more surgery possibly eventually skin grafts. people here in the bay area are rallying around aaron and his family. rocks on maine a restaurant here in martinez hosted a special dinner with all proceeds going to the hens and they say they will do this every tuesday until the family comes home with all p
. >>> a bay area community is reaching out to help a victim of the bombing. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in martinez home of a 12-year- old who is still in a hospital over in boston. good morning, anne. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. aaron hern is still in intensive care at boston children's hospital. but he is going to live. his mother posted an facebook last night saying -- on facebook last night saying the 12-year-old communicated with nods that he is okay and comfortable but frustrated without the ability to communicate. he is due for another surgery today. he went to boston to cheer his mother as she ran the marathon. he now has shrapnel wounds to the legs. one is severe and will require more surgery and possibly even skin grafts. people here in the bay area are rallying around aaron and his family. the restaurant rocks on main in martinez hosted a special dinner also night with all the proceeds going to the hern family and say they will do it every tuesday until the family comes home. >> i'm here to support the family and this wonderful community we live in. we have am
to anne makovec in the newsroom. >> reporter: good morning. we are watching a lot of information pour into the newsroom this morning. the man who was killed overnight is identified as a 19- year-old from cambridge, massachusetts. a russian man whom police say carried out the boston bombing attack with his brother, who is still on the loose right now. the latest photo of the man who is still at large came from a convenience store in cambridge. police say he tried to rob the store. his name is [ indiscernible ] tsarnaev. the man in the white hat in the picture is the one who is the subject right now of a large- scale manhunt. the man on the left is thone who has been killed. the suspect was lled early this morning in a shootout with police. that happened in the suburb of watertown. that confrontation started around 10:00 last night boston time when police say one of the suspec killed a police officer on the m.i.t. campus and then staged a carjacking. police say the suspect threw explosives from their car as they led police on to a chase into watertown. this happened hours after the fbi
failed last month. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec with what we're expected to hear from caltrans a little later this morning. >> reporter: there was a lot of criticism from board members that they have not yet come up with a plan to fix the problem. there are still faulty rods in the new span of the bay bridge here behind me. and now a new expert is saying that caltrans really fell on its face in this situation. unless caltrans identifies and replaces the bolts, he says they can expect more breakage in the coming years saying caltrans has been inadequate in its specifications that either inattention or ignorance led to the problem. 288 steel rods, many faulty, were installed into the east pier of the bay bridge and 32 of them snapped in early march. transportation authorities are taking this report seriously. metropolitan transportation commission chair amy worth tells the bay area news group, it is possible to have the bolts lay dormant and fail later in an earthquake. she says these issues are why we need a comprehensive solution. that's what we are hoping to hear more about to
'm anne makovec. i'm phil matier. there s a lot to talk about in our ne hour... (chat . >>> it is 8:30 on sunday, april 14th. thank you for joining us. i am anne makovec. >> and i am phil matier. we have a lot of new to talk about. a big gun show in san francisco this weekend. >> yes, and in the meantime we have state senator mark leno trying to stop that from happening, plus other gun control measures about to appear in the legislature this week. we will take a look at this this morning. >> and we will take a closer look at china, then and now in light of the trade negotiations going on this week. >> and if you see advertisements that look too good to be true, perhaps they are. >> we have heard that before. >>> but first to developing new, an amtrak train carrying 150 people is now moving again after a derailment in the east bay. >> the train was travel from los angeles to vancouver when the frontwheels of the engine went off the track in fremont at 9:00 p.m. it was moving slowly at the time and nobody was hurt. the train resumed its trip at about 12:30 a.m. pulled by a secon
donald >>> good morning, it is thursday, april 18. thanks for joining us. i'm anne makovec. michelle is off. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:31. [ sound of explosion ] >> i can't hear, i can't hear, get out of here! >> breaking news in texas where as many as 15 people are feared dead after a huge explosion. it happened at a fertilizer plant in town. more than 100 other people are injured, as well. it was so powerful, it registered as a 2.1 magnitude earthquake. emergency workers still on the scene this morning buildings near the fertilizer plant leveled and being searched now for survivors. it happened in the small town of west, texas. that's about 20 miles north of waco. cbs reporter erica ferrari reports some volunteer firefighters are among those feared dead. >>> reporter: a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant rocked the town of west, texas. >> the shock wave was unbelievable. it threw me down. >> reporter: officials say the town looks like a war zone with homes and businesses leveled. >> approximately 50 to 60 houses in a five block radius were damaged, heavily damaged. >> r
to help a young victim of the bombing. anne makovec is in martinez, home of a 12-year-old still in the hospital in boston. >> reporter: aaron hern 12 years old still in intensive care at boston children's hospital. he is heavily sedated. he has a tube down his throat but he is doing okay. his mother posted an update on facebook last night saying that aaron has opened his eyes a couple of times and that he is communicating with nods that he is okay and comfortable but getting frustrated obviously with his lack of ability to communicate. so they are trying to keep him calm and rested. he is due for another surgery today. aaron went to boston with his family to cheer on his mom catherine as she ran the marathon. he has shrapnel wounds to the legs and one is severe requiring more surgery possibly eventually skin grafts. they should know more at the end of the day today. people here in the bay area are rallying around aaron and his family. this restaurant, rocks on main in martinez, hosted a special dinner last night with all proceeds going to the hern family and they say they will d
. anne makovec reporting. >>> anyone with information can report it anonymously to the san francisco police department. >>> a shooting left a man killed and another injured. one man was driving home from work when he was shot and kimed in his car. the police believe he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. the police believe the bullet was intended for the man critically wounded. that man's name has not been released as well as no motive. a $15,000 reward is being offered for information in his arrest. >>> friends and family said good-bye to a 19-year-old college student who was shot on march 30th. he made a surprise visit to the area from the university of oregon. police say he got out of a car, asked what gang he was in. when he said he wasn't in a gang, the gunman open fired. the gunman has not been caught. >>> well, it started with a group trying to pass off fake $20 bills. now, it's turned into a stolen mail ring. stolen mail has been reported in several areas. police say one suspect had a credit card in other mail that didn't belong to him. the suspects are facing several c
of it as a blue blooded sport, the event will be a boost for the city's unemployed. kpix 5 anne makovec was in san francisco today where lots of people turned up loping to sail away with job. >> reporter: among the dozens of people filling out job applications today we found debbie anderson. >> my big skill is people communications, i've dealt with multimillion dollar deals for years. >> reporter: after the new america's cup pavilion. >> as a woman that came from high -- high yield income it's difficult finding a job. >> reporter: she used to represent a fruit company making international deals. the jobs available here? ticket takers and maintenance workers. and every time she goes for an interview, she hears the same thing. >> you almost seem overqualified. >> yeah i'm very overqualified actually. >> reporter: but a job is a job. carl gordon knows that. he's already got two of them. >> my current job is part-time -- 3 # hours a week and i also work from home doing business development on my own. >> reporter: he's looking for a third in a job market that's still proving difficult five years after
. kpix 5's anne makovec was in san francisco today where lots of people turned up hoping to sail abay with a job. >> reporter: among the dozens of people filling out job applications today we found debbie anderson. >> my big skill is people communications, i've dealt with selling multimillion dollar deals for years. >> reporter: at the new america's cup pavilion. >> as a woman that came from high -- high yield income it's difficult finding a job. >> reporter: she used to represent a fruit company making international deals. the jobs available here? tiets and maintenance workers. and every time she goes for an interview, she hears the same thing. you almost seem overqualified. >> yeah i'm very overqualified actually. >> reporter: but a job is a job. carl gordon knows that. he's already got two of them. >> my current job is part-time --32 hours a week and i also work from home doing business development on my own. >> reporter: he's looking for a third in a job market that's still proving difficult five years after the recession began. >> just to give it the opportunity and the opportuni
's cup event this summer. kpix 5's anne makovec was at the job fair where lots of people showed up hoping to sail away with a job. >> reporter: among the dozens of people filling out job applications today we found debbie anderson. >> my big skill is people communications, i've dealt with selling multimillion dollar deals for years. >> reporter: at the new america's cup pavilion. >> as a woman that came from high -- high yield income it's difficult finding a job. >> reporter: she used to represent a fruit company making international deals. the jobs available here? ticket takers and maintenance workers. and every time she goes for an interview, she hears the same thing. you almost seem overqualified. >> yeah i'm very overqualified actually. >> reporter: but a job is a job. carl gordon knows that. he's already got two of them. >> my current job is a part- time --32 hours a week and i also work from home doing business development on my own. >> reporter: he's looking for a third in a job market that's still proving difficult five years after the recession began. >> just to give it the oppor
with an emergency drill in one bay area city. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec answers the question, are we ready to respond to a large- scale disaster? [ yelling ] >> reporter: in this scenario it's all pretend but after two major disasters in the u.s. this week, the bombing in boston and the plant explosion in texas, the possibility of a large-scale tragedy here is hitting home. >> what will we do? what will happen? >> reporter: those are the questions that brought hundreds of people to this training drill in san francisco today put on by the fire department's nert, or neighborhood emergency response team. >> the preparation that you do is really going to pay off no matter what the emergency is. >> reporter: in the bay area, we're vulnerable to earthquake, flooding, fire and terrorist attacks. >> absolutely first responders will be there but they will be overwhelmed by an event such as the one in boston. >> reporter: what we saw in boston was volunteers stepping in to help stopping bleeding and saving lives. >> it's kind of brought more seriousness to the volunteers approach. you know? maybe th
.com. just click on "links and numbers." in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> the training program is called nert in san francisco but around the country it's called sert and there are similar groups all over the bay area. >>> flags flew at half-staff at fenway park today. the boston red sox paid tribute to the victims of the boston marathon bombings before today's home game. ♪ and the home of the brave [ applause and cheers ] >> an emotional moment before the first pitch. the red sox honored first responders today by wearing new uniforms. the team name was replaced with one word, boston. >>> developing news in southern california. a large fire burning near the san gabriel mountains has forced residents out of their homes. at least 100 homes in monrovia are under evacuation orders. one firefighter on scene suffered heat exhaustion. the fire scorched 90 acres today and it is only 10% contained. >>> celebrating earth day early in the bay area. still to come, a big change in store for shoppers on the peninsula. >> leave the eagle at home. stop projecting yourself on to your kids. i
's democratic party is meeting this weekend to discuss the party's future plans. but kpix 5's anne makovec says there are challenges. >> reporter: it's the largest gathering of democrats in california since the party's historic election victories last november. >> i'm having a great time. >> absolutely outstanding. >> reporter: california democrats are celebrating winning a two-thirds majority in both houses of the state legislature. and the passage of prop 30 a new tax measure giving them more money to spend on their priorities. >> imeducation. implement the in infrastructure. >> reporter: things might be smelling like roses for democrats here at the capitol but thsame capitol hill where congressional democrats are trying to retake the house of representatives. >> we need to win 17 and we'll have at least three times that many in play in order to do that. >> reporter: they lost the democratic majority in 2010 and pelosi lost her position as speaker of the house. >> but now we go back out there with plenty of opportunity. a more awareness on the part o
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am anne makovec. >> and you i am phil matier. the big story on the bridge again, bolts. the question now is not whether the bolts are defective, but what are they going with it? >> and also the secret motives on capitol hill and good news for air travelingers when it comes to cuts we have been feeling. >>> meanwhile a top story in calaveras county where manhunt is under way for killing a 9- year-old girl. >> the victim's 12-year-old brother found her just after the attack. someone broke into their home in valley springs yesterday. the gill was stabbed several times by the intruder and later died at the hospital. the man got away. >> we are doing a house to house search, in some cases we are searching extensively in the attics and storage sheds. it is a difficult area to search. it is rural and remote. >> that suspect is considered armed and dangerous. >>> officers in the east bay are going door-to-door this weekend hunting for a man accused of trying to grab and kidnap a 2-year-old girl. here is a sketch of the suspect. he is described at a 30-year- old man with long hair, last s
:30. and i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm phil matier. democrats gathered in sacramento, and we will look at the tensions in the party. >> and a gun buyback and guy show within miles of each other in the bay area. >>> a closer look at the trade delegations that the mayor and did in china. what's coming to the bay area and what's not. >>> the top story this morning, an amtrak train with 150 people is now moving again after it derailed in the east bay. investigators are trying to figure out what caused the derailment. it was traveling to vancouver when the front wheels wept off the track near fremont at 9:00 last night. at the time, it was luckily moving slowly. no one was hurt. there were 146 passengers, 14 crew members on board. the train finally resumed the trip 3 hours later at 12:30 this morning by another engine. >>> three people were rescued after escaping a tug boat that sulk yesterday. they used a raft and a rescue swimmer was used to hoist them aboard. the fish and game are monitoring the site to make sure no oil leaks into the ocean. >>> a tour bus crash sent 17 people to the ho
. >> i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. >>> we are starting this morning with breaking news from texas. [ explosion ] >> i can't hear, i can't hear! get out of here! >> a massive explosion has killed up to 15 people. this number is expected to rise. more than 100 people are injured. it was a fertilizer plant that blew up yesterday and that explosion leveled surrounding home in the town of west, texas, about 20 miles north o waco, 80 miles south of dallas. jason allen joins us live there. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning. the sun has come up here. we are dealing with some dropping temperatures and some driving rain and firefighters and officials have told us that they are still in a recovery and rescue mode and without question, this weather is probably going to hamper that somewhat. the scene is about a mile or so to the north of where we are here at this volunteer fire department a place where a lot of the very first responders left from this area to get to the fire that was reported up at that scene. as the sun comes up, we are going to just now start getting a
for joining us. i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm phil matier. we have a lot of news to talk about in the first hour. and first up boston, how prepared is fran and the bay area. we have a lot of events, what are we going to do about it. >> and i spoke with fema about that yesterday, they say the bay area is one of the most prepared areas in the world, still not enough depending on the level of the tragedy. we are also going to be talking about immigration and its effects potentially on the silicon valley. a new bill in congress. >>> what's high-tech at stake when it comes to visas and such. what's it mean to the local job market. meanwhile in boston we have a high level interrogation team. >> trying to talk to the one man alive behind the boston marathons. >> as susan mcginnis tells us that suspect is too seriously injured to speak. >> reporter: law enforcement officers remain staked out this morning at the boston hospital dzhokhar tsarnaev is being held under heavy guard waiting to charge him. his injuries are serious, including a bullet wound to his neck that investigators say may have been s
makovec in the newsroom. anne. >> reporter: the man who was killed is identified as a is the-year-old man -- 19-year-old man from cambridge, massachusetts, a russian who carried out the boston bombing attack with his brother, who is still on the loose. the latest photo of one of the suspects came from a convenience store in cambridge. police say he tried to rob the store. now, we understand that this is one of the brothers still on the loose. the boston commissioner say they believe him to be a terrorist. the man in this next photo on the white -- in the white hat is the one that is still at large. his brother is the one -- the one on the left is the one who has been killed. the suspect was killed earlier this morning in a shootout with police. that happened in the suburb of watertown. the confrontation started around 10:00 last night boston time when police say one of the suspects killed a police officer on the m.i.t. campus, then staged a carjacking. police say the suspects threw explosives from their car as they led police on a chase into watertown and this all happened hours after the
bay bridge span. the bolts started snapping last month and as kpix 5's anne makovec reports, experts warn more are in jeopardy of failing. not good news this morning, anne. >> reporter: transportation authorities are having their third meeting this very important issue today. and, of course, we're just a few months away from the new span scheduled opening. basically this new expert is warning that more of these steel rods could snap in case
.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning, it is thursday, april 18. i'm anne makovec. michelle has the morning off. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is nearly 5:30 now. we begin with a texas fertilizer plant that exploded and as many as 15 people are dead. the latest on what's happening in a tiny town north of waco in just a moment but first we are following breaking news right know san francisco. there is a lot of police activity in the south of market area. let's go over to elizabeth wenger in the traffic center for the latest. >> we have live pictures in an area near downtown san francisco market street. several blocks in the area are taped off. there's a lot of police activity in the area. at this point they are telling people to stay indoors. we saw the san francisco bomb squad out there and you can see where they have the yellow police tape up. some of the streets impacted right now, again about two blocks there along market street, also o'farrell, grant we're hearing of closures as well, near 3rd and mission. we'll watch this throughout the morn
for the marathon bomber turns up a face. >> good morning. it is thursday, april 18. i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:00. [ sound of explosion ] >> officials think between five and 15 people are dead from a massive
this morning. i'm anne makovec. >>> i'm phil matier. we have a lot to talk about. sequester cuts, how it will effect unemployment. take a look at bay bridges by the coast guard. >> one good piece of news and that is for air travelers because things are supposed to loosen up today when it comes to those restrictions that caused a lot of delays over the past week. so we have a lot coming up. but first? >> right now a manhunt is under way for a man accused of killing 59-year-old girl. >> the girl's 12-year-old brother -- killing a 9 -year-old girl. >> the girl's 12-year-old brother found her. someone broke into their home and the girl was stabbed several times. she later died at the hospital and the intruder is still on the loose. >> we're doing a house-to-house search and in some cases we're searching extensively into attics and storage sheds. it is a difficult area to search. it's rule, remote. >> that suspect is considered armed and dangerous. >>> officers in the east bay are going door to door this weekend hunting for a man accused of trying to kidnap a 2- year-old girl. here's a new
presidential library. >>> it is 7:30 on sunday, april 28. thanks for joining us this morning. i'm anne makovec. >>> i'm phil matier. we have a lot to talk about.
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. i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm phil matier. we have a lot of news to talk about in the first hour. and first up boston, how prepared is fran and the bay area. we have a lot of events, what
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